New murals decorate Eau Gallie Art District


Olivia Webb

Satellite High graduate Noah Cook’s mural can be seen in the Eau Gallie Art District.

Junior Mia Haroulakis has been enjoying the new murals that have appeared in Eau Gallie Art District near the Eau Gallie Causeway.

“I see them at least once a week,” Haroulakis said. “I was caught off guard when I first noticed them. The murals add a lot of spunk and color to downtown Eau Gallie. I really like them.”

One of the many artists who worked on a mural, Noah Cook, who graduated from Satellite High School last year and currently attends Flagler College, also sells his art at Standard Collective in Downtown Eau Gallie and many other stores.

“I’ve been drawing and painting since elementary school,” Cook said. “I’ve been selling my work since middle school.”

Cook had painted on a van as part of his mural. Along with others who had worked throughout a period of 10 days as part of the Anti-Gravity Project.

“The van thing was just for fun, which took me about two hours,” Cook said. “Some of the other murals are so cool because they are from so many good artists from all over.”

The artwork that is covering the walls and buildings is all part of a plan to make an outdoor museum for many to enjoy.

Said Haroulakis: “My favorite mural is the African woman with the pretty designs all around her and the happy quotes.”

By Olivia Webb